Homemade Bath Bombs Recipe – Living on a Dime
This homemade bath bombs recipe can be made at home with a few easy to get ingredients. Pamper yourself and reduce stress without spending a lot of money!
You can make this homemade bath bombs recipe with a few ingredients that are easy to get, many of which you may already have!
I love using homemade bath bombs and of course the kids always have to swipe a few. They just can’t resist the fizz of homemade bath bombs! Make them today so the next time you want to take a relaxing bath, you have them all ready.
These bath bombs also make great personalized homemade gifts for your family and friends so make some extra and then when you need a gift, you can just grab a jar of them and wrap it!
Homemade Bath Bombs Recipe
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup citric acid
1/2 cup cornstarch
2 Tbsp. plus 1 tsp. oil (almond, sunflower, coconut, mineral, canola or baby oil may be used)
2 tsp. water
1-2 tsp. essential or fragrance oil
1/4 tsp. borax
bath safe colorant or food coloring
Mix baking soda, citric acid and cornstarch. Mix the wet ingredients and the borax and slowly add to the dry ingredients, mixing constantly. Mix slowly or it will bubble too much. Pack the homemade bath bombs mixture into molds; let set for a few minutes and then remove from molds. Let dry another 24 hours. In humid climates you may need to dry longer. Use 1-3 per bath. Store in an airtight container. Wrap the homemade bath bombs in cellophane bags for a nice gift.
*The mixture is very crumbly and dry. Mix as well as you can and then pack tightly into molds. If the homemade bath bombs won’t hold their shapes, add one teaspoon oil.
If you want to make Bath Seeds instead don’t pack into molds. Just place in a pretty jar and label. Use 2-4 tablespoons per bath.
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